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when you have done nothing wrong. >> mayor, i'm state representative doug miller from texas. thank you for your compliments. appreciate that. we have been working hard and will continue to. that's one of the reasons i'm here today. i think another issue that you didn't address but i would like to hear your comments on is this election sls two different directions on whether we're going to allow -- i know i have several colleagues from other states, state legislators here but the direction of wh we're going to allow -- whether we're going to allow states to have their rights versus a stronger centralized federal government which hasn't worked on a number of occasions. i would like to hear your comments on state rights, federal rights and federalism. >> i think you're right. if president obama is re-elected there will be more concentration of power in washington. obamacare is a massive concentration of power in washington. all the new regulations, dodd-frank. it has to be one of the great ironies that it is named dodd-frank since it is named for the two people who probably did the most t
it that have an impact on pocketbooks. host: doug from pennsylvania, welcome. caller: at the end of the day, in terms of moving forward, could you please tell me what i'm talking about? tell me what the pundits and politicians are saying, what they mean when they say these things? how many times did paul ryan say, "at the end of the day"? maybe you should take people literally when they say "at the end of the day." "at the end of the day i take off my clothing and go to bed.' could you buy these people a thesaurus? guest: i happened to hate that phrase. i would support a law to banish it from the airwaves. newt gingrich always says "frankly this" and "frankly that." guest: you can't point. guest: it is inside-the-beltway speak. you are thinking about what you're going to say. "i have this point i have to hit." guest: "let me be clear." "make no mistake." host: let's look at the latest presidential poll. president obama, 50%. mitt romney, 47%. how influential is it in the media chamber? guest: the campaigns are obsessing on the polls. the import numbers of the numbers in eight or nine key s
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